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State University of Iowa 



Annual Announcement 



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ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT 



OF THE 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 



OF THE 



State University of Iowa 



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IOWrA CITY, IOWzA. 



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PUBLISHED BY THE UNIVERSITY. 

1885. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT CALENDAR. 



October 7th, 1885 — Session begins. 

December 23d, 1885 — -Holiday vacation begins — Wednesday, A. m. 
January 5th, 1886 — Holiday vacation ends — Tuesday, p. m. 
March 3d, 1886 — Commencement. 



iRSHIRE &. CO., POINTERS, IOWA ClTY, IOWA. 



FACULTY. 



JOSIAH L. PICKARD, LL. D., 

President. 
GUSTAVUS HINRICHS, M. D., LL. D., 

Professor of Chemistry, Toxicology and Climatology. 

W. F. PECK, A. M, M. D, 

Dean of tin Faculty, Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, 

P. J. FARNSWORTH, A. M., M. D, 

Professor of Materia Medica and Diseases of Children. 

W. S. ROBERTSON, A. M., M. D., 

Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine, and Clinked Medicine. 

JOHN C. SHRADER, A.M., M.D, 

Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Clinical Gynecology. 

W. D. MIDDLETON, M. D., 

Professor of Physiology and Microscopic Anatomy. 

ELMER F. CLAPP, M. D., 

Professor of Anatomy. 



Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence. 

C. M. HOBBY, M. D., 

Lecturer on Ophthalmology and Otology. 

R. W. HILL, M.D, 

Demonstrator of Anatomy, and Curator of Medical Museum, and Assistant 
to the Chair of Practice of Medicine. 

O. T. GILLETT, A. M, M. D, 

Secretary of the Faculty, and Assistant to the Chair of Surgery. . 

S. S. LYTLE, M. D, 

Prosector to the Chair of Anatomy. 

W. D. MIDDLETON, M D, 

Lecturer o?i Insanity. 

W. S. ROBERTSON, A. M, M. D, 

(President Iowa State Board of Health), 
Lecturer o?i Sanitary Science and Public Hygiene. 

WM. GREEN, 

Janitor. 



BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS, 1885. 



J. W. McLean, M. D., Fayette. 

J. C. Robertson, M. D., Dublin. 

D. A. Hurst, M.D., Oskaloosa. 

C. B. Bosbyshell, M. D., Glenwood. 

Margaret A. Cleaves, M. D., Davenport. 

J. D. McVay, M. D., Lake City. 



ORDER OF PUBLIC EXAMINATION. 

MARCH 2D AND 3D, 1 886. 

March 2d — Tuesday. March 3d — Wednesday. 

a. M. A. M. 

9:00-10:30 — Chemistry. 9:00-10:30 — Practice of Medicine. 

10:30-12:06 — Materia Medica. 10:30-12:00 — Surgery. 



P. M. P. M. 

2:00-3:30 — Physiology. 2:00-6:00 — Faculty Meeting. 



3 : 3°-5 : °o — Obstetrics. 8 :oo-io :oo — Commencement. 

7 :oo-9 :oo -*- Anatomy. 

The above order of examination was observed at the commencement, 1885. 



MEDICAL ALUMNI ASSOC I A TION. 



The annual meeting is held in the amphitheater of the Medical department 
at 2 o'clock, p. m., on the day of commencement. 

Every graduate of the department is recmested to send his or her name and 
post-office address to the Secretary for enrollment. 

OFFICERS, 1885-6. 
President — Dr. J. C. Robertson, Dublin, Iowa. 
Vice- /'resident — Dr. Lizzie Hess, Iowa City, Iowa. 
Secretary- Dr. S. S. Lyti.k, Iowa City, Iowa. 
Treasurer Dr. M. B. Moon, Iowa City, Iowa. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 



The sixteenth annual course of lectures in this department will begin 
October 7th, 1S85, and close March 3d, 1886. There will be a holiday vacation, 
commencing December 23d, 1885, and ending January 5th, 1886. 

A preliminary examination will be required of all students entering the 
first year, and also of those from other colleges which require no preliminary 
examination. 

There are two courses of instruction, one of which students are required 
to elect at the beginning of the second year. 

I. A two years' course, requiring attendance on all lectures, and general 
instruction for two full sessions. 

II. A graded course of three years. For the first year, attendance on all 
the lectures and instruction of the term. 

Second year — attendance on lectures on anatomy, chemistry, materia 
medica, and physiology, with recitations in the same, and laboratory work. 
Final examination in these branches at the end of this term. In case of 
failure in any or all of them, a second examination will be allowed at the end 
of the third year. 

Third year — lectures on surgery, obstetrics, theory and practice of medi- 
cine, and ophthalmology, together with recitations, exercises, and laboratory 
work in chemistry. 

All students, during the last year of both courses, will receive special 
practical instruction in physical diagnosis, mechanical obstetrics, application 
of bandages, splints, and surgical dressings. 

Students entering either course will be required to attend all clinics. 

OUTLINE OF THE PLAN OF INSTRUCTION. 

Instruction is given by lectures, recitations, clinics, practical work in 
laboratories, dissections, and daily oral examinations. 

ANATOMY. 

The lectures in anatomy are thoroughly illustrated by all the modern 
aids to teaching. 



State University of Iowa. 



rS^^S^S^S surface — y , — ,— * 

illustrations on the cadaver. 

PHYSIOLOGY AND MICROSCOPIC ANATOMY. 

as a means of demonstration ^ ^.^ ^ 

Laboratory work in hist o og ;y wil be ^ge y P y.^^ for thu 

Chair having been furnished with a 

purpose. CHEMISTRV AND TOXICOLOGY. 

• „.,• is thoroughly experimental, the large 
Tbe course of .ecturesm diem «y ■ = ^ ^ ^ for he 

cabinet of apparatus of the L nut. • "tions and processes, rather 

purpose. Specia, attention is P^f^S. The course of lectures 
r P leXr g rroir«try, optative analysis, urine analysis, 
and general toxicology. CLIMAT OLOGY. 

the climate of Iowa. ait , t , u -a 

MATERIA MED1CA. 

* 1 t hv lectures and examinations in a general and 
This branch is taught b } lectme ^ ^ ^ and 

practical manner, illustrat ed 1, we 11 . ek to ther apeutics and to 

officinal preparations. Special attention is g 

the latest advances made in that, department. 

PRACTICE OF MEDICINE. 

,-be Chair of Theory and Practice of ^^^Ei£ 
clinica) lustrnction. *,«- J^S^ P— *- ~* " 

liss*-^- atJs - as wen - bywet anddryprepara - 

dons from the museum. 

PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS. 

To eh importance a o, he d- med ^e^ of theses, 

^r the hoUdays, Prof. K*-""* " V*^ will be offered for 



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SURGERY. 



• „ mWne thorough practical, theoretical, patholo- 

The Chair of Surgery will combine horoug ;ux . ired 

gical, and clinical teaching. Al can didae,* ^ lliadc u]wn llu . living 
to perf orm upon the cadavei such operati 



Medical Department. 7 

subject; likewise to assisl at clinics and in the hospital. Thorough attention 
will also be given during the entire session to the practical adaptation of 
bandages, splints, and surgical dressings. 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY. 

The instruction in these important departments is complete. All modern 
means foi illustration are employed, and advanced students are carefully 
trained in the principal obstetric operations. 

prac nc \i. \\ A TO.MV. 

The thorough study of this branch, for at least two courses, is made a con- 
dition of graduation. Facilities for obtaining material are such, under improved 
legislation in the state, that an abundance will always be provided for all who 
may apply. The demonstrator will always be ready to aid and direct the 
prosecution of these studies. 

Upon the completion of each course of dissection, the student will be 
examined on the anatomy of the part dissected. If the character of the dissec- 
tion and the examination be satisfactory, a certificate to that effect will be 
given. 

In order that the operations of this department of the school may be suc- 
cessfully carried on, all students are required to take out the demonstrator's 
ticket prior to November 15th. 

OPHTHALMOLOGY AND OTOLOGY. 

The instruction in these branches combines didactic and clinical teaching. 
One lecture a week is given in the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the 
regions involved, and the Wednesday clinic is devoted to the diagnosis and 
treatment of their diseases. Large numbers of cases appear at these clinics, and 
a great many operations of all kinds are performed. 

The lectureship on 

MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE 

will be tilled before the opening of the fall term. The essentials, to the practi- 
tioner, of this important department of medicine will be very fully treated. 

INSANITY. 

This lectureship will be filled, for the present year, by Prof. W. D. Middle- 
ton. 

SANITARY SCIENCE AND PUBLIC HYGIENE. 

The Board of Regents have added a lectureship on Sanitary Science and 
Public Hygiene, which will be filled by Prof. W. S. Robertson, President Iowa 
State Board of Health. 

CLINICS. 

The clinics have been well and abundantlj' supplied with material. The 
patronage of the hospital is so large that a great variety of cases is presented 
for operation and treatment. 

Every case is fully utilized as a means of instruction, by a system of exam- 
ination, in which advanced students are required to diagnosticate disease and 
suggest treatment, before the class, subject to the amendments of the clinical 
teacher. 



State University of Iowa. 



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THE HOSPITAL. 



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Wh the increase of our Casses and *j£*£££f2$ 
accommodation, the Sisters of *«^^^jK«? P«P~ adding 
the largest and finest mans.ons of Iowa C*s , « ^ for one 

-,£^=™» r **«;£-■ ast 

advantages for clinical study by our stu dents ^ co connection wit h 

well lighted and thoroughly ventilated, will be in readiness 
the hospital for clinical purposes. 

PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY. 

general qualitative analysis , £,1 the ho ,d . -££^ J^ year o{ 
r^^etrrafadleid conrse ol Moratory wor k in 

chemistry. ^^ ex>miNATIO ns. 

ring in such exa m ination is recorded for future reference. 

FINAL PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS. 

In the ahsence of an.v legislation on the suhject in the -t^ow^the 
Faculty of this department has eve. reco f; cualifiettions of all its students. 
sion of the state to an invesfga ton of the quahfi c* b« ^.^ 

^fHSr::=,r:=^^ - 

deling the Lom.ncnd.lion of the Commil.ee on Ex mat.ons. 



MUSEUM. 



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placing them in the museum. 



Medical Department. 



LECTURES, CLINICS, AND OTHER EXERCISES. 

Five lectures are given each day, exclusive of clinics. 

All clinics arc hold in the amphitheater of Mercy Hospital, as follows: 

Mondays — Medical CliniC8, \\\ Prof. Robertson. 
Wednesdays Clinics on Eye and Ear, by Dr. Hobby. 

Fridays — Surgical Clinics, by Prof. Peck. 

Saturdays— Clinics on Gynecology, by Prof. Shrader. 

Saturdays- Practice in Chemical Analysis, by Prof. Hinrichs. 

Letters of inquiry in connection with patients desiring to appear for clinical 
treatment should be addressed as follows: 

Surgical Cases Dr. W. F. Peck, Davenport. 

Medical discs — Dr. W. S. Robertson, Muscatine. 

Gynecological Cases — Di.J. C. Shrader, Iowa City. . 

Bye and Ear Cases — Dr. C. M. Hobby, Iowa City. 

Nervous Diseases — Dr. W. D. Middleton, Davenport. 

All patients presenting themselves at the clinics are furnished with medical, 
surgical, and gynecological treatment and medicines free of charge. In cases 
requiring a residence in the hospital subsequent to severe operations, or in the 
course of medical treatment, a fee is charged of $7 per week for general ward 
accommodations, and $10 per week when a private room is desired. 

PROGRAMME OF LECTURES FOR THE SESSION OF 1885-86. 





M OXDAY. 


Tuesday 


Wednes- 
day. 


Thurs- 
day. 


Friday. 


Satur- 
day. 


9 to 10 


Middle- 
ton. 


Hinrichs. 


„. . '! Middle- 
Hinrichs.i . 

ton. 


Hobby. 


9 to 12 


10 to 11 


Clapp. 


Clapp. 


Hinrichs. 


Farns- 
worth. 


Clapp. 


Labora- 
tory 

Work. 


II tO ] 2 


Robert- 
son. 


Peck. 


Farns- 
worth. 


Robert- 
son. 


Peck. 


Hinrichs. 


i 30 to 

2:30 


Medical 
Clinic. 


Shrader. 


1 to 3 

Eye and 

Ear 
Clinic. 


Farns- 
worth. 

Robert- 
son. 


1 to 3 

Surgical 
Clinic. 


1 130 to 3 

Gyneco- 
logical 
Clinic 

Shrader. 


2 :3o to 
3:3o 


Middle- 
ton. 


Peck. 


3:30 to 
4 : 30 


Shrader. 


Shrader. Farn * 
worth. 


Clapp. 







Recitations for students in the graded course, second year, as follows : 

Physiology and Microscopic Anatomy — Thursday, from 1 to 3 p. m. 

Recitation in Chemistry ■ — Wednesday, 7 p. M. 

Chemical Analysis — Saturday, from 9 to 12 a. m., and 2.30 to 5 p. m. 

Recitation in Anatomy — Friday, from 3.30 to 4.30 p. m. 

Recitation in Materia Medica — Wednesday, from 4 to 5 P. M. 



io State University of Iowa. 

Recitations for students of the graded course, third year, and last course 
students: 

Bandaging and Surgical Dressing — Tuesday, from S to 9 A. M. 

Mechanical Obstetrics — Monday, 7 P. M. 

Physical Diagnosis — Monday and Thursday, from 7 to S P. M., after 
January 1st. 

Lectures on Sanitary Science will be given before the holidays, from 
6.30 to 7.30 P. M. 

Changes may be made in this programme, which will be announced at the 
opening of the term. 

The time for the lectures on Insanity and Medical Jurisprudence will be 
definitely announced in the early part of the session. 

BOOKS OF REFERENCE. 

The following are recommended by the Professors in their several chairs: 

Anatomy — Gray, Quain, Holden, Wilson, Allen. 

Physiology — Flint, Dalton, Foster. 

Chemistry — Roscoe and Schorlemmer, Fownes, Hinrichs, Gorup-Besanez, 
Greene, Fresenius. 

Urine Analysis — Neubauer and Vogel, Hoffmann and Ultzmann, Marshall 
and Smith (Casselmann). 

Toxicology — Wormley, Dragendorff, Sonnenschein, Woodman, Tidy. 

Surgery — Bryant, Hamilton, Holmes, Agnew, Rindfleisch, Billroth, 
Stephen Smith, Ranney. 

Practice of Medicine — Flint, Bartholow, Reynolds (by Hartshorn), Aitkin, 
Da Costa's Physical Diagnosis. 

Obstetrics — Leishmann, Lusk, Playfair, Cazeaux, Hodge, Meadows. 

Gynecology — Thomas, Barnes, Emmett, Goodell, Savage, Hewitt 

Materia Medica and Therapeutics — United States Dispensatory, Stille's 
Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Bartholow, Wood, Farquharson, Mann's 
Prescription Writing. 

Diseases of Children — Smith, Day, Vogel. 

Medical Jurisprudence — McClelland's Civil Malpractice, Wharton and 
Stille, Beck, Elwell. 

Microscopic Anatomy — Strieker, Beale, Frey, Satterthwaite. 

Ophthalmology — Mittendorf, Noyes, Stellwag. 

Otology Roosa, Polit/.er, Burnett. 

Insanity Blandford, Bucknil and Tuke, Ray. 

There is reason to believe that it is of far greater advantage to the student, 
during his collegiate course, to study and review a single text-book in each 
department than to read several cursorily. It is, therefore, advised that a 
single work in each department, recommended above, he chosen and carefully 
studied, while any others may he used for reference and subsequent perusal. 



Medical Department. ii 

FEES. 

Lectures for yearly session, ..... $20.00 

Matriculation ticket, ...... 5.00 

Demonstrator's ticket, ...... icf.oo 

I lamination fee (for final examination), .... 25.00 

Hospital ticket. ....... 3.00 

No charge for material. 

Students taking the laboratory course will pay for chemicals used. 
Alumni of this department will be admitted to lectures and clinics on taking 
out the matriculation ticket. 

Graduates of colleges which are recognized bv this department will be 
admitted to full privileges upon the payment of $10.00, exclusive of matricu- 
lation fee. 

Students who have entered the three-term course will be continued as 
enrolled; the fees in all cases amount only to the aggregate of the two-years 
course as above specified. 

Students on arrival will apply for all needed information to the Secretary 
of the Faculty, Dr. O. T. Gillett. 

All fees must must be paid at the beginning of the session to the Treasurer of 
th< University. 

The Faculty ticket will be issued by the Secretary only on presentation of 
the Treasurer's receipt. 

A certificate of time of attendance and of preliminary examination is issued 
to each student during the last week of the session, and all colleges are hereby 
notified that tickets of this department are valueless unless accompanied by 
such certificates. 

PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION. 

All candidates for admission to the course of medical lectures must give 
e\ idence of a good English education. 

If the applicant is a graduate of a literary or scientific college, or presents 
the certificate of having passed the entrance examination of such an institu- 
tion, or the certificate of graduation from a high school or academy, it will be 
accepted in lieu of an examination. 

In any other case, the candidate must pass an examination before a com- 
mittee of the Faculty, as follows: A written composition, not to exceed a page 
of foolscap, on a given subject, which will be the test of orthography, grammar, 
etc.; an examination in common arithmetic, history of the United States, in 
geography and elementary physics, or natural philosophy. 

Students from other schools not requiring preliminary examinations must 
present credentials or be examined for admission. 

Certificates of qualification should be presented the first day of the term. 
The examining board of the Faculty will meet those requiring examination 
during the first week of the term. 



12 State University of Iowa. 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION. 

The candidate must be twenty-one years of age, and of unexceptionable 
moral character; must have been engaged in the study of medicine for three 
years under the direction of a regular practitioner; time of study to include 
attendance on at least two courses of lectures, the last of which must have been 
in this institution. 

Those taking the graded course are not required to furnish certificate of 
time of study. 

Each candidate for graduation must have complied with all the require- 
ments of the department and pass a satisfactory examination in all the branches 
taught in the course. 

The candidate must notify the secretary, in writing, during the first week in 
February, of his or her intention to become an applicant for graduation, and at 
the same time present the fee for examination. Graded students, also, must 
notify the secretary, during the first week of February of their second year, of 
their intention to present themselves for examination, and present a fee of $10. 
In the first week of February, in the third year, they must signify in writing, to 
the secretary, their intention of graduation, and present a fee of $15. In case 
of failure to pass examination twenty per cent of the examination fee will be 
returned. No part of the fee for examination in the second year will be 
returned, except in case of total failure in all studies. Credit will be given for 
it at the end of the third year. 

THE NEW BUILDING 
Is located on the south end of the campus, in a line with the other University 
buildings. It is one of the best and most commodious medical college build- 
ings in the west. It comprises a basement for general purposes, the first floor 
containing the secretary's office, the janitor's and professors' rooms, a very fine 
museum, a large recitation room, and chemical laboratory for students. 

The second floor has two amphitheaters — one having accommodations for 
four hundred students, the other for three hundred; also, a physiological labora- 
tory, supplied with microscopes and other appliances, a professor's chemical 
laboratory, general faculty room, prosector's room, and private rooms for the 
professors. 

The whole of the third floor (80x36 feet) is used for a dissecting-room, 
supplied with water, and each table lighted by gas. 

Broad stairways, wide halls, and ante-rooms, all heated by steam and well 
ventilated. 

Board in Iowa City from $3 to $5 per week. Rooms from $1 to $4 per 
month. Many students procure rooms and board in clubs, which material lv 
reduces prices. 

Graduates of this school are requested to immediately acquaint the secretary 
of the Faculty, Dr. Gillett, with their post-office address, and to inform him 
promptly of any change of residence. 

For any further information, or for full announcements, address the secre- 
tary. 

DR. O. T. GILLETT, Iowa City. 



(GRADUATES, MARCH 4th, 1885. 

GRADED COURSE. 

Bigler, Mis> Regina May. Halverson, Miss Lovina R. 

Bills, Willis Clifford. Hanley, Miss Lilly Dale. 

Blythin, Joseph W. House, Miss Laura B. 

Breed, Fred. Lee. Koehn, John W. 

Campbell, William D. Marner, William A. 

Clifford, Frank F. McCorkle, Clarence A. 

Doty, Elmer A. Parks, William S. 

Downs, Edward W. Pinney, James A. 

Drew, John W. Saunders, Charles J. 

Fitch, Edwin L. Smiley, Frank H. 

Gray, Miss Ambrey G. Smith, Samuel J. 

Gruwell, Wilson. Vest, Frederick E. 

NON GRADED COURSE. 



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Kirkendall, Ed. E. 

Barr, David D. Murphy, Michael J. 

Brasch, Gotfried. Parker, James M. 

Burwell, Edward E. Phillips, William J. 

Clark, Mrs. Mary B. Root, James K. 

Edwards, Adelbert. Straub, Paul F. 

Emerson, Frank G. Suiter, Friend C 

Farnsworth, David W. Sutherland, Henry H. 

Glaspel, Frank Trueblood, Barclay T. 
Jones, Daniel W. — ig 

The address for the Faculty at the Commencement exercises was delivered 
by G. M. Staples, M. D., Dubuque, Iowa. 

Class Valedictory was delivered by J. W. Koehn. 



MA TRICULANTS. 



GRADED 


STUDENTS.— Third Year. 


NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


PRECEPTOR. 


Bigler, Regina May, 


Iowa. 


Faculty. 


Bills, Willis Clifford, 


" 


E. B. Bills. 


Blythin, Joseph W., B. Ph., 


" 


Faculty. 


Breed, Fred. Lee, 


Nebraska. 


W. S. Gibbs. 


Campbell, Wm. D., 


Iowa. 


F. M. Ward. 


Clifford, Frank F., 


Minnesota. 


A. T. Conley. 


Doty, Elmer A., 


Iowa. 


T. R. Ward. 


Downs, Edward W., 


" 


N. W. Knepper. 


Drew, John W., 


" 


T. C. Brady. 


Fitch, Edwin L., 


« 


H. C. Huntsman. 


Gray, Ambrey G., 


« 


Faculty. 


Gruwell, Wilson, 


« 


O. T. Gillett. 


Halverson, Lovina R., 


Minnesota. 


Faculty. 


Hanley, Lilly Dale, 


Iowa. 


R. R. Hanley. 


House, Laura B., 


" 


Faculty. 


Koehn, John W., 


" 


W. F. Peck, J. H.Kulp. 


Marner, William A., 


" 


O. T. Gillett. 


McCorkle, Clarence A., 


" 


W. J. Holman. 


Parks, William S., 


S. 


D.Cook, T. B. McWilliams. 


Pinney, James A., 


» 


Shrader & Lytic 


Saunders, Charles J., 


« 


E. F. Clapp. 


Smiley, Frank" H., 


» 


Faculty. 


Smith, Samuel J., 


« 


Faculty. 


Vest, Frederick E., 


J.W 


. H. Vest & Son,0. T. Gillett. 
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GRADED 


STUDENTS.— Second Year. 


NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


PRECEPTOR. 


Bowman, Luther P., 


Nebraska. 


W. L. Bowman. 


Brooks, Ezra, 


Iowa. 


J. L. Sawyers. 


Carl, Frank, F., 


" 


Shrader & Lytic 


Haradon, Edward W., 


" 


P.J. Farns worth. 


Henry, Charles, 


« 


J. D. Henry. 


Hull, James Wm., 


« 


N.J. Hyatt. 


Hunter, William M., 


« 


Morrison & Whitley 


Jackson, John C, 


» 


J. W. Williams. 


Jepson, Wilhelm, 


u 


W. D. Middleton. 


Jones, Geo. M., 


« 


W. Bird. 


Kinnaman, Chauncey H., 


« 


W. W. Grant. 


McKee, John W., 


Dakota. 


D. A. Smith. 



Medical Department. 



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Mularkey, William (, 
Patterson, Albert K... 
Merritt, Lydia, 
Pinkerton, James A.. 
Parker, Robert C, 
Scofield, Charles L., 

Smith. Geo. S., 

VanDike, James A.. 
Wyant Otis Blair. 



RESIDENCE. 


PRECEPTOR. 


Iowa. 

Kansas 


S. E. Burroughs. 
J. W. Young. 
Faculty. 


Iowa. 

Kansas. 


Morrison & Whitlc 
F. A. Hall. 


Minnesota. 
Iowa. 


A. T. Conley. 

F. II. Smith". 


l ' 


W. Corns. 


« 


Faculty. 



GRADED STUDENTS.— First Year. 



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Barrett, John E. 
Burge, HI la W., 



RESIDENCE. 

Iowa. 



PRFXEPTOR. 

Faculty. 

J. VV. Hanna. 



THE SENIOR CLASS 

is composed of all non -graded students, who have previous to this session, 
attended one full course of lectures. Many of these apply for graduation at 
the close of their second course; while others continue in the course in which 
they began ; taking a " three-year non-graded course." Of the latter are, 
A. B. Allen, Thos. G. Allen and L. F. Woodruff. 



NON GRADED STUDENTS— Senior Class. 



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NAME. 

Abegg, William, 
Allen, A. Burtis. 
Allen, Thos. G., 
Barr, David D., 
Brasch, Gotfried, 
Burwell, Edward E., 
Clark, Mary B., 
Edwards, Adclbert, 
Emerson, Frank G., 
Earns worth, David W., 
Gardner, W. P., 
Glaspel, Frank, 
Jones, Daniel W., 
Kirkendall, Ed. E., 



RESIDENCE. 

Iowa. 

New York. 
Iowa. 



Illinois. 
Iowa. 

Wisconsin. 
Iowa. 



Canada. 
Iowa. 



PRECEPTOR. 

A. K. Berry. 
E. F. Clapp. 
Shrader & Lytle. 
E. M. Hefflefinger. 
Faculty. 
J. I. Smith. 
Faculty. 
G. W. Jenkins. 
J. W. Lauder. 
J. W. Hawley. 
J. J. Wilder, L. B. Martin. 
Faculty. 
J. A. Wilson. 
A. W. McClure. 



MA TRICULANTS. 



GF 


LADED S 


TUDENTS.— Third 


Yeak. 


NAME. 




RESIDENCE. 






PRECEPTOR. 


Bigler, Regina May, 




Iowa. 






Faculty. 


Bills, Willis Clifford 




" 






E. B. Bills. 


Blythin, Joseph W., 


B. Ph., 


" 






Faculty. 


Breed, Fred. Lee, 




Nebraska. 






W. S. Gibbs. 


Campbell, Wm. D., 




Iowa. 






F. M. Ward. 


Clifford, Frank F., 




Minnesota. 






A. T. Conley. 


Doty, Elmer A., 




Iowa. 






T. R. Ward! 


Downs, Edward W., 




" 






N. W. Knepper. 


D 






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Smith, Samuel J., 




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Vest, Frederick E., 




J 


W. 


II. 


Vest & Son,b. T. Gill 



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GRADED STUDENTS.— Second Year. 



NAME. 

Bowman, Luther P., 
Brooks, Ezra, 
Carl, Frank, F., 
Haradon, Edward W., 
Henry, Charles, 
Hull, James Wm., 
Hunter, William M., 
Jackson, John C, 
Jepson, Wilhelm, 
Jones, Geo. M., 
Kinnaman, Chauncey II. 
McKee, John W., 



RESIDENCE. 

Nebraska. 
Iowa. 



Dakota. 



PRECEPTOR. 

W. L. Bowman. 
J. L. Sawyers. 
Shrader & Lytle. 
P.J. Farnsworth. 
J. D. Henry. 
N.J. Hyatt. 
Morrison & Whitley 
J. W. Williams. 
W. D. Middleton. 
W. Bird. 
W. W. Grant. 
D. A. Smith. 



Medical Department. 



i5 



\ Wll 


RKS1IM \i 1 






PRECEPTOR. 


Mularkej . William G., 


Iowa. 






S. E. Burroughs. 


Patterson, Albert K., 


lk 






J. W. Young. 


Merrltt, I.ydia. 


Kansas. 






Faculty. 


Pinkerton, James A.. 


Iowa. 






Morrison & Whitley. 


Parker. Robert C, 


Kansas. 






F. A. Hall. 


Scofield, Charles L., 


Minnesota. 






A. T. Conlev. 


Smith, ( reo. S., 


Iowa. 






F. II. Smith*. 


Van Dike, James A., 


" 






W. Corns. 


WA.mt. Otis Blair, 


" 






Faculty. 

— 21 

EAR. 


GRADED 


STUDENTS.— 


First 


Y 


NAME. 


RKSIDEXC'E. 






PRECEPTOR. 


Barrett. John E., 


Iowa. 






Faculty. 


Burge, Ella W., 


" 






J. W. Hanna. 


Clevenger, Tall; M. 


« 






II . O. Bates. 


Cullen, Frank C., 


Illinois. 






J. Keho. 


Eckinan. William C, 


Iowa. 




• 


Faculty. 


Pugard, Abraham L., 


Colorado. 






Faculty. 


Jackson, Chas. P., 


Iowa. 






W. S. Robertson. 


Mason, Rufus 1 ).. 


" 






D. C. Brockman. 


Murphy, Franklin J., 


« 






Faculty. 


Oliver, Leonard B., 


« 






W. D. Middleton. 


Peters, Alfred C, 


« 


C 


. F 


. Smolt, G. A. Biddle. 


Riley, Bruce, 


" 






Faculty. 


Smith, Elmer E., 


« 


S. T. 


Goodman, O. T. Gillett. 


Smith. Fred. J., B. S., 


« 






W. F. Peck. 


Washburn, Emma, 


u 






Faculty. 


Williamson, Fines Arthur, 


" 






L. F. Cummings. 

— 16 


NON GRADED STUDENTS. 


— Senior Class. 


NAME. 


, RESIDENCE. 






PRECEPTOR. 


Abegg, William, 


Iowa. 






A. K. Berry. 


Allen, A. Burtis. 


New York. 






E. F. Clapp. 


Allen, Thos. G., 


Iowa. 






Shrader & Lytle. 


Barr, David 1)., 


M 






E. M. Heffleflnger. 


Brasch, Gotfried, 


" 






Faculty. 


Burwell, Edward E., 


Illinois. 






J. I. Smith. 


Clark, Mary B., 


Iowa. 






Faculty. 


Edwards, Adalbert, 


Wisconsin. 






G. W. Jenkins. 


Emerson, Frank G., 


Iowa. 






J. W. Lauder. 


Farns worth, David W., 


« 






J. W. Hawley. 


Gardner, W. P., 


" 


J- J- 


Wilder, L. B. Martin. 


Glaspel, Frank, 


Canada. 






Faculty. 


Jones, Daniel W., 


Iowa. 






J. A. Wilson. 


Kirkendall, Ed. E., 


« 






A. W. McClure. 



i6 



State University of Iowa. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


PRECEPTOR. 


Lyon, May E., 


Iowa. 


Faculty. 


Murphy, Michael J., 


" 


J. H. Kersey. 


Parker, James M., 


u 


W. F. Peck. 


Phillips, William J., 


u 


J. W. Morgan. 


Root, James K., 


u 


D. C. Brockman. 


Smith, John D., 


Missouri. 


G. L. Smith. 


Smith, James M., 


Minnesota. 


B. Lang. 


Straub, Paul F., 


Iowa. 


A. W. McClure. 


Suiter, Friend C, 


« 


W. F. Suiter. 


Sutherland, Henry H., 


" 


W. Ryan. 


Trueblood, Barclay T., M. S. : 


,PhD, « 


J. A. Aldrich. 


Van Damme, William, 


Minnesota. 


S. F. Van Damme. 


Woodruff, Lou F., 


Iowa. 


J. B. Cox. 

— 27 


NON GRADED STUDENTS.- 


— Junior Class. 


NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


-PRECEPTOR. 


Barfoot, Albert, Fremont. 


Iowa. 


J. T. Preston. 


Barton, Louis E., 


Illinois. 


J. McKee. 


Brackett, John W., 


Wisconsin. 


Gal way & Lyman. 


Brunson, John J., 


Iowa. 


G. M. Staples. 


Clark, Samuel W., 


u 


Hurst & Wilkins. 


Cole James Fay, 


« 


H. Newell Sill. 


Dunkelberg, Elmer E., 


D. 


W. Grouse, R. A. Dunkleberg. 


Gamble, William E., 


M 


G. W. C. Gamble. 


Greenland, Hamilcar, 


» 


J. C. Wilson. 


Hanley, Flora G., 


" 


R. R. Hanley. 


Hartman, Chas. O., 


« 


F. M. Hiett. 


Hatfield, Wm. M., 


« 


J. R. Gorrell. 


Kirby, James Arthur, 


" 


D. H.Worthington. 


May, Charles Clifford, 


" 


L. B. Power, D. W. Overholt. 


McSoy, James H., 


Wisconsin. 


Galway & Lyman. 


Moore, Alfred E., 


Iowa. 


W. H. McCaw. 


Noble, Elsa, 


" 


H.N. Sill. 


Shellabarger, David S., 


Ohio. 


J. M. Knott. 


Shine, Michael L., 


Iowa. 


C. C. Griffin. 


•Sones, Calvin O., 


» 


Gawley & Packard. 


Steffen, William, 


« 


H. L. Bawden. 


Tainter, Lindsey K., 


u 


J. Patterson. 


Thomas, W. Sutton 


U 


A. W. M,organ. 


Walsh, Charles W., 


u 


R. F. Brown. 


Waters, Eli H., 


" 


J. B. Kessler. 


Weaver, Charles W., 


'.' 


Edwin Breed. 


Wilson, Oscar D., 


» 


Faculty. 


Williams, Nonda C, 


» 


L. II. Surber. 



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Total Matriculants — 116. 




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